Hyman reeling in more offers

Wide receiver Ishmael Hyman of Holmdel (N.J.) St. John Vianney recently added a few more offers to his total, and has hosted numerous coaches over the course of the last month. Now he is beginning to piece together his summer camp schedule.
"It's been very busy," said Hyman. "I've had at least 30 schools come in to visit and I picked up four new offers."
The four most recent offers are from Syracuse, Massachusetts, Villanova and James Madison. Some of the schools who have stopped by St. John Vianney recently include Penn State, Wisconsin, Nebraska, Maryland, Temple, Tulane and Navy.
There are a few schools that Hyman believes may join his offer list relatively soon.
"Penn State, Wisconsin and Oklahoma State, but I'm probably going to get offered by a lot of schools that I've never even talked to yet," said Hyman. "My goal is just to have as much as I can get for right now, because I probably won't make my decision for awhile."
As schools continue to come through the halls of his high school, Hyman is beginning to piece together his summer camp schedule.
"Penn State's, maybe Rutgers and maybe Florida," said Hyman. "I want to prove that I can play with the best even though I'm small. I also want to show off my speed. I just need to work on getting off the press."
As he mentioned, Hyman is in no rush to make a final decision at this time.
"I'll make my decision after my season," he said. "I don't want that to get in the way of my team and I."
Hyman is not claiming any favorites currently, but does have a few ideas of what he is looking for when it comes time to make a final decision.
"I'm looking for tradition, a good atmosphere, a place where I can fit in, a good offense for my position and good academics of course," said Hyman.